alexa Abstract | The role of attachment styles and the knowledge of life skills according to gender in students of Kermanshah Razi University

European Journal of Experimental Biology
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The main objective of this study was to investigate the relationship between attachment and the knowledge of life skills according to gender in Kermanshah Razi University. For this purpose, three hundred and sixty nine subjects, selected from different colleges, were evaluated using multi-stage cluster sampling .then they had done Hazen and Shaver (1978) adult’s attachment scale test and an inventory of life skills knowledge by Ahadi (2007). Data collected were analyzed implementing statistical tests and two-way ANOVA analysis. The results showed that the attachment styles have no significant impact on knowledge of life skills. But gender has significant impact. And the daughters have better life skills than the boys and gender shows 2.2 percent of life skills

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Author(s): Farzad Amiri Bita Ajilchi and Ali Begi


attachment, life skills, students

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